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Mambo Lessons Come Down to Law  
Source LinuxInsider
Sunday, September 26, 2004
 

Attorney Philip H. Albert, in his analysis for LinuxInsider, makes it clear just how unclear some of these issues are.

"This issue cannot be resolved cleanly without lawyers and judges. Settlement among the parties does not make law, nor does mediation or arbitration. Until a court rules on a case or the legislative or executive branch provides new law on the subject, the issue will remain unresolved."

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